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Feb 22, 2013 4:30am PST
families in western europe or the u.s., but american couples are now blocked from adopting. president vladimir putin has tightened the laws, arguing that russia can take care of her children herself, but not everybody is convinced. and that invalid's home 90 four near st. petersburg is one of the better orphanages -- >> invalid home #four near st. petersburg is one of the better orphanages, but the children are still left alone for long periods of time. volunteers helped care for the children. they do what they can, but they would like to do more. >> if you interact with the children several times a week, you can tell that they become a bit more alert and take in more of their surroundings. >> home number four dates back to the soviet era. it houses nearly 400 children. for 10 years now, natalia has been coordinating volunteers from germany. she says they often take better care of the children. >> russia still has a way to go. heare, an invalid is not seen as a complete person. there are many who think the children get too much care. the main thing is they are out of sight, out of min
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